Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly Bury the Hatchet

After a long-standing feud, the presumptive Republican nominee reconciles with the Fox News anchor. ABC's Ines DeLaCuetara reports.
1:43 | 05/18/16

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Up from by the way took a swipe at the Democrats overnight on Twitter last night calling Bernie Sanders a joke and Hillary Clinton. A nightmare. Thousands waited at complement to Megyn Kelly telling her well done after their interview aired Anez eloquent Tara has more on the interview that followed a bitter feud that dragged on for months. Good morning S. Then in ten this last night Donald Trump finally confronted Megyn Kelly and. The first time the two publicly came face to face since their feud began after the first GOP debate. Let's talk about us okay. Overnight Donald Trump reconciling with Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly I have great respect fear that you were able to call me and say let's get together let's talk. Track meet offensive comment about Kelly over the summer. You know you could see there was blood coming out of her I used. Blood coming out of her wherever. Tonight an apology. And I'll. Well there was retool again the reason that many cash who okay. Excuse me. It over your life making you've been called a whole lot worse is that right would you say truck yesterday also filing campaign documents about personal finances with FEC Chong says the documents show quote tremendous cash flow and prove that the demonstrated he has quote the kind of thinking the country needs but he maintains he won't release tax returns until November and on Tuesday trump also said he's open to speaking directly with North Korean leader Kim John learned to try to put an end to the nation's. Nuclear weapons program. The meeting would mark a big departure from the current administration's foreign policy and later today Donald Trump will be meeting with former secretary of state Henry Kissinger. It was a top advisor to both presidents Nixon and Ford. And independents are in our thanks and as.

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